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Teen admits role in fatal shooting of his friend

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton teenager told authorities he shot and killed his friend while playing with a pistol he’d found in his grandmother’s garage, using bullets that were found in his mother’s truck, according to an arrest ...


Hilkey: Protestors were paid

By Paul Shockley

A protest Thursday for a ballot measure that would limit the number of people released without paid bail consisted largely of paid labor, Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey claims. A group of roughly 30 people gathered Thursday morning in front ...


Teen charged in Clifton shooting

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton teenager told authorities he shot and killed his friend while playing with a pistol he’d found in his grandmother’s garage, using bullets that were found in his mother’s truck, according to an arrest ...


E-mail letters, Oct. 2, 2010

By Staff

Salazar and Bennet backed budget-busting measures I love the ad Congressman John Salazar is running in which he points out he voted against TARP and somehow tries to convey that Scott Tipton supported that legislation. Speaker Pelosi did give ...


Woman sought restraining order against Montrose DA

By The AP

MONTROSE — Recent allegations against a western Colorado district attorney suspected of unlawful sexual contact included a sexually suggestive text message sent to an ex-girlfriend. The 40-year-old woman requested restraining orders on ...


Sheriff Hilkey says ballot protesters were paid

By Paul Shockley

A protest Thursday for a ballot measure that would limit the number of people released without paid bail consisted largely of paid labor, Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey claims. A group of roughly 30 people gathered Thursday morning in front ...


Feds try to save law punishing military phonies

By The AP

DENVER — The Justice Department will appeal two court decisions that said a federal law making it illegal to lie about being a war hero is unconstitutional. Prosecutors in Colorado said today they’ll appeal a Denver federal court ...


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World Habitat Day celebrates home ownership

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The United Nations had declared Monday as World Habitat Day to create awareness of the need for adequate and affordable housing worldwide. The local Habitat For Humanity volunteers are celebrating by doing what they always do — ...


Radar showed US balloonists plunging at 50 mph

By The AP

BARI, Italy — The flight director for a balloon race says Croatian radar showed that a missing pair of American balloonists plunged at a rapid 50 mph (80 kph) before disappearing. Flight director Don Cameron says that high rate of ...


Delta County coal mine shuttered in lieu of deal

By Paul Shockley

Bowie Resources LLC, a coal-mining firm and Delta County’s largest property taxpayer, will shut down mining operations for a period expected to be less than 10 days, company officials said in a news release today. Dewey Tanner, Bowie ...


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